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Watch For Black Ice, Slick Walks This Morning

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PHILADELPHIA -

As the region recovers from back to back winter storms, black ice is the big concern Wednesday morning.

The plunging temperatures are causing slick conditions for drivers. Some are even being forced to stay put.

AAA says if you find yourself slipping on black ice, don't slam on the brakes. It may be the typical response, but you may spin out. Steer the car in the direction you want the car to go, then wait for the front tires to grip the road to re-gain control.

FOX 29's Steve Keeley had more in this live report Wednesday morning from South Philadelphia.

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